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GreeceCabinet approves hiring 17,942 in the civil sector in 2023, min says

Cabinet approves hiring 17,942 in the civil sector in 2023, min says

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The Greek cabinet approved 17,942 new permanent jobs for the public sector in 2023, Interior Minister Makis Voridis said on Tuesday. Of the total, 15,641 positions fall under the 1:1 rule (one hire per one departure). Their allocation is as follows: 3,155 related to the National Defense ministry, 2,265 to municipalities (1,000 are for the municipal police), 1,357 to the Health ministry and 1,230 to the Justice ministry.

Previous years’ approvals for hiring included the following: 23,818 positions (in 2022), 12,600 (2021), and 6,075 (2020).

In addition, the cabinet approved 22,344 short-term contract positions, 12% fewer than approved for 2022, and 2,558 positions for seasonal workers. Of the total 22,344, a large segment (7,259) are for cleaning ladies in the Interior ministry.

All applicants for the positions will have to go through the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP) agency, which is expected to administer examinations in March 2023. A total of 33,602 unfilled jobs are outstanding from previous years, the minister said, and all successful applicants will be included in a pool from which each agency will draw their staff.

Nearly one in two permanent positions requires a higher educational degree (academic or technical).

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